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Come On, We Both Know What This Post Is About

Author’s Note: I am not a theologian. I’m not an expert on the Bible. In fact, I’m embarrassed about the fact that there are some books of the Bible I have avoided because they don’t “apply to me”. 1,295 more words

Street Poser*

Street Poser: Gay Pride Parader 2015.

Because Love is Love, front and back.

New York

Preserving The Sanctity of Marriage

Gay marriage started to become legal when I was still deep within the walls of religion.  Though I knew the belief held by those in my group, I secretly cheered on each state that passed it into law.  803 more words


🌈Happy, happy day!! 🌈

You are looking at the first couple to be issued a same-sex marriage license in the 21st Judicial District tri-parishes St. Helena, Tangipahoa, and Livingston Parish. 16 more words


Make Your Moments Count

I remember the day I asked the question: “So are you two together?”

She responded, “What if we were?”

I could tell she was terrified and waiting anxiously for my response. 569 more words


SCOTUS and me

To be completely honest, I’m happy as hell about the equal marriage ruling, and equally terrified of living as a transman in these times. I’ve already read about acts of violence against those deemed to fall into the GLBTIQ spectrum going up since the ruling. 438 more words